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the Landgrave of Hesse, and Knight of the most the year 1757 has been tapped for the dropfy so honourable order Pour la Virtu Militaire.-Sep. times, and 6553 pints of water taken from her, 2. The Rev. Edward Edwards, D. D. rector amounting very nearly to eighty-two pints each of Aston Clinton, Bucks, and Belleltleigh, in tapping. One hundred and eight pints have been Berks, and late fellow of Jelus College, Oxford. drawn off at one operation.-02. I. Lady Dets --3. At Edinburgh, George Muir, Esq. of Cal- val, mother of the present Lady Tyrconsel. fiencarry, principle clerk of Justiciary.--At Ful The Hon. Mrs. Law, lady of the Rev. Archdesmer, in Bucks, Lady Pennington.-4. At Mon con Law, and daughter of Lord Viscount Faik. trofe, in Scotland, Lady Nicholson, widow of Sir Jand.-Alexander Keyser, jun. one of the twelve James Nicholson, of Glenbervie,-5. Joleph Jew brokers of this city.--3. Robert Lynch, M. Collins, Esq.of Satiron Waiden, Under-Sheriff D. physician of Canterbury.--At Guildford, in of the county of Ettex.—Mr. William Bewley, Surry, John Randall, E19.--4. At Chifwick, o Maflingham in Nortolk.--Colonel Frederick Alexander Weatherstone, Esq.-10. Heery Thomas, of the foot guards, who was mortally Brookes, Esq. author of Guftavus Vala, the Earl wounded on the 4th in a duel, with the Fion. of Eilex, and other literary productions.-14. Colonel Cormo Gordon.-6. In her 78th year, Mrs. Southcote, relict of Philip Southcote, Eq at the house of Dr. Samuel Johnson, by whose the has left hereftate at Wooburn to Lord bounty the had lived near 20 years, Mrs. Anna Petre; the bulk of her fortune and estates, Williams.--Mr. William Monk, prelijent of amounting to focol. per annum, to Sir William Clifford's Inn.-7. William Prince, Esq. a Cap- Jernirgham, Bart.-jacob Houblon, Esq. Major tain in the gth regiment of foot.--11. Richard in the Hertfordshire Militia.-The Hon. M. Phrip, Esq. many years in the commission of the Hencage, lister of Lord Petre --At Orwell Park, peace, for the county of Hertford.--13 Rev. in Suttolk, after a long and painful illnets, the Lewin Baines, v. of Melling, in Eflex, and chap- Right Hon. Francis, Earl of Shipbrcok, and lain to the Charter Houle.---14. The Right Viscount Orwell, of the Kingdom of Ireiand. Hon. James Grenville, brother to the late Earl - Dowager Lady Sarah Frankland.-16. The Temple, and unkle to the present Earl, and Hon, and Rev. Dr. Cut, Dean of Lincoln, recone of his Majesty's Most Hon. Privy Council.- tor of Belton and Fulbeck, in that county, and

The Rev. Si Mark Sykes, Bart. D.D. and proctor 'uncle to the present Lord Brownlow.--17. At in convocation for the East Riding of Yorkthire. Buh, the Right Hon. Lady Anne Dufign, wife --15, Mrs Eugenia Stanhope, widow of the late of Gerard Dulign, Elo. and filter to the late Earl Philip Stanhope, Esq.— The Righe Hon. Sir of Hyndford.--18. Andrew Fitzherbert, Efq.John Shelley, Bart. of Michael-Grove, in Sulicx, 20. Sir Walden Hanmer, Bart. fenior bencher one of his Majetty's Most Hon. Privy Council of Lincoln's-ing, and in the two last Parliaments la Charlotte Street, Rathbone Place, aged 13, member for Sudbury, in Suroik. He is fucceedTemple West, Efq. His death was occafioned ed in title and estate by his eldef fon, low Sir by a wound which he received when a youth of Thomas Hanmer, bart.—21. Mr. Green, of the fixteen, on board the Buckingham, in that me wounds he received in a duel the preceding day, morable engagement, May 20th, 1756, where with Lieut. Munro, of the 16th Dragoors. his father, Admiral Weit, thea a Lord of the Lately, The Rev. Mr. Stephenson, lecturer of Admiralty, and second in command to Admiral St. Helen's, vicar of Sutton Courtenay, and Byng, engaged the French line with only six ships. usher of the free granımar school, at Abingdon, This wound had at different times broken out, Berks.-- Mofes But, Elq. coroner for the county and caused tome uneasiness, but very little danger of Buckingham.--In an advanced age, Richard was apprehended by the family till this last attack,

Abbot, E.Ç. a justice of the peace for Lincoln. which help him twelve months, and, by totaily Shire.- The Hon. Mr. Justice Lill, of the Court exhausting his ftrength, put a period to his exist of Common Pleas in Ireland.--- Adam Martin, ence.-18. Lovel Stanhope, Esq. uncle to the Elg. one of the tworn clerks of the Exchequer.Earl of Chesterfield, and member of parliament The Rev. Dr. Phillips, of Colby, in Pembrokefor the city of Wincheite::--20. Mr. William thire --At Inverners, in the 104th year of his Cooper, stock-broker, and one of the common age, Roderick M.Gregor.-At Tuckeim, in the council for Cheap Ward.-24. In the Marincilea Duchy of Magdebourg, Andrew Buckholz, aged Priton, Alexander Frazer, Etq. of the 69th regi 115, he had been a soldier irom his youth, and inent.--25. William Davis, Esq. collector of served at the battle of Malplaquet.-On her pafthe customs at Rye, in Sutiex.-29. Mr. Holt, fage to Bengal, on board the Eglantine East-inkute secretary to the Eaft-India Company.- din-man, Mrs. Cargill (late Mifs Brown) the The Rev. Mr. Greiton, rector of Springfield, in cclebrated finger. Sufiolk, and of Wicken Bonant, in Enlex.--30. The Rev. James Adamson, rector of Barion St. Andrew, and Soley, and perpetual curate of West

ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. Dereham, in Nortoik.---Lately, at Paddington, EV. V. L. Bernard, to the r. of Frientono Mrs. St. John, aged 104.-Ai Norwell, in Notringhamshire, the Rev: John Gregory, recter of to the cof Sutterby, co.and di. of Lincoln.- Rev. the faid placo, and of Carleto: upen Tient.-- John Thonis. Lloyd, 101. of Langoedmawr, CardiNisbit, Efq. one of his Mujiity's juftices of the gaethire.--Rer. James Simplon, to the I. of peace, and deputy lieutenant of the county of Einbrook, St. Mary, Lincolninire.-Rev. Mr. Bedford.The Rev. Mr Skam, vicarot-Chiche Ellis, B. A. to the v. of Afgcth, Yorkshire. ley, in Bucks, and. rector of Fardnih in Rev. Mr. James Wilion, to the united parishes of Northamptonshirego-Aged 55, the Widow Keep- Cruthie and. Braemer prefbytery of Kincardine us, of the parish of St. Mary Norwich, who fince O'Neily, and co. of Aberdeen, vacant by the

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BANKRUPTS. Rev, Mr. James Thompson to be alliltant and OHN POSTLETHWAITE, of Liverpool, fucceffor to the Rev. - Mr. Hugh Hamilton, minister of Gervan, presbytery of Air..-By a le late of Liverpool aforesaid, merchani, deceased. cond election, Rev. Mr. Twigg to be lectures of James Davies, of the Minories, London, woolenSt. Margaret, Lothbury, and St. Christopher. draper.-Samuel Partridge, the younger, and le-Stocks.

Samuel Puntield, of Birminghain, merchants

and copartners. - Thomas Webster, late of WaDISPENSATION S.

vertree, in Lancashire, wheelwright and umber

merchant-William Miller, late of Warrington, E V. William Lowther, M. A. chaplain to but now of Manchester, both in Lancashire, liLowther, co. of Westmorland, and dio. of Car- Lincolnshire, mercer and grocer.-- James Fowler, lille, with the roof Dillington, co.of Cumberland, of Warpin, brandy-merchant.-John Sutton and dio. of Cheiter.- Rev. Edward Wilson, D. and Thomis Rvlands, both now or late ot LiD. to hold the r. of Hartneld, with the v. of verpool, shi purights and copartners.--Mary MurHartheld annexed, together with the r. of Ath- gatroyd, Mary Farrar, Margaret Farrar, and hurit, co. of Sulex, and dio. of Chicheiter.- Sarah Farrar, all of Hallitax, in Yorkshire, innRev. Heary Woodcock, LL. B. to hold the r. keepers and copartners.-William Wallingham, ot Coffington, with the v. of Bothley, both in the of Birmingham, liquor-merchant.-Benjamin county of Leicelter, and dio. of Lincoln.- Rev. Oldknow, of Derby, holier.- Edward Wheeler, William Smith, M. A. to hold the r. of Weft of the parith of Pencoyd, in Here fordihire, Worthington, with the r. of Biddeford, both in miller.---Anrelly Shee, late of Frith-itreet, St. the county of Devon.Rev. Joseph Hudton, D. Ann, Sabu, wine-marchait.-Thomas Venture, D. to hold the v. of Wardworth, with the v. of late of Rome, in Italy, but now of London, Newburne, both in Northumberland.

merchant.-William Fenton, now or late of

Hadleigh, in Suffolk, tanner.-John Brockbank, CIVIL PROMOTIONS.

of Coopers-court, Cornhill, London, watch

maker.- Edward Jones, of Chester, linen-draper, From the GAZETTE.

-Thomas Ruthertort, of Scotch-yard, near Vir. Maduilon, as secretary to the embally Foot, of Queen-Itreet, Cheapride, London, at Paris.-George Abercromby, Elq. advocate, mariner and merchant.--Matchew Hibber], late to be therifi depute of the thire or theriffdom, of Andover, in Hunts, dealer.---Edward Merfon, of Elgin and Nairn, uice Alexander Gordon, of liminiter, in Somersetthire, shopkeeper.--E q. deceased.--William Little, Elq. to be com Benjamin Bateman, late of Woolitock-itreet, mittary clerk of the committariot of Peebles, vice St. George, Hinover-squars, wine-inerchant.-Walter Laidlaw, Esq. decealed.-George Phil Richard Edwards, late of Chester, linen-draper. lips Towry, Esq. to be one of the commillioners --John Nash, formerly of Lainbeth, in Surry, for victualling his majesty's navy, vice Jonas and late of Great Ruffel-Itreet, St. George, Hanway, Esq. who retires.-Henry Murray, Bloomfbury, carpenter.—Diniel Bamford, late Esq. to be enlign of his Majesty's guard of the of Ipfwich, in Suffolk, cottee-house keeper.yeomen of the guard, vice John Benjatield, Eiq. William Gould, late of Alport, in Derbyshire, refigned.--William Lucas, Esq. to be his Mac' woolitapler.---William Burlion, late of Donhead, jesty's chicf justice of the illands of Grenada and St. Mary in Wilts, merchant and salter. Wilthe Grenadines, in America.--Ashton Warner liam Underwood Wilton, of Green-walk, in Byam, Esq. to be his Majesty's attorney-ge Christ Church, Surry, coal-merchant.--William neral; and Kenneth Francis Mackenzie, Esq. Gaikill, of Bread-itreet, Cheapfide, London, to be his Majesty's follicitor-general in the said ironmonger.-Charles Lindegren, Andrew Line islands.

degren the younger, and Claes Grill, of Dunster'sFrom the other papers.

court, Mincing-lane, London, merchants.CAPTAIN Hoard to be governour of Canada. Richard Ledger, of Ropemakers-alley, Little -Charles Hawkins, Elq. to be surgeon of his Moortields, cabinet-maker.---James Cole, of Majesty's household, vice George Hawkins, Esq. Bath, innholder.--Edward Lucas, of High. deceased.-Mr. Needham, late lurgeon of the 2d Holborn, St. Giles in the Fields, dealer. troop of horse-guards, to be surgeon to the house. Henry Gooch and Thomas Cotton, of Great hold of the Bishop of Osnabruck, in Hanover. Yarmouth, in Norfolk, merchants and copartners. Dr. Crawford, to be physician to St. Thomas's -Andrew Lindegren the younger, of Porti. hospital.--Mr. Walker, to be one of the surgeons mouth, in Hants, merchant.-- Thomas Parsons, of St. George's hospital, Hyde-Park Corner, of Cirenc iter, in Gloucestershire, vice George Hawkins, Esq. deceased.---Captain John Brown, late of Oxford, dealer in spirituous Green, of the first regiment of Royals, to be liquors.-- George Attley, of Jermyn-itreet, St. preceptor to Prince Edward in the military art of James, Westmintter, linen-iraper.-Benjamin

-- John Heaton, Eiq. of Lincoln's-inn, to Marihall, of Goodman's-fields, cornfactor. te deputy clerk of the pipe-office, vice Eder Alexander Graham, ot Watling-itreet, London, wari Woodcock, EsqoAlexander Wight, Esq. merchant. (partner with William Hodgzard, of adsucite, to be sollicitor-general for Scotland, New-York, in North-America, and fohn Allea-" rie: liay Campbell, Esq. religned.-Mr. Tobias fon, of St. Christopher, in the Wett-Indies, Maynard, to be chief clerk of the Old Annui.' merchants) -Waliam Gooch, of. Great Yar.

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William Hartley, of Newgate-streer, London, foot. Major John Csmpbell, from hailiai cabinet-maker. Samuel Beale, of Wribbenhall, g6th reg. Major.---Oth' reg. foot. Mae la Kidderminster, Worcester, trow and barge owner. Campbell from 99th reg. Lieutenant-Cie -Thomas Miller, of Kirby Kendal, Weitmos- Royal Garrison Battalion. William Grant, Lies land, ironinonger.

tenant. John Hurley, Gent. Eatige AB Itt reg. dragoon guards. John Heory Paket

to be Captain of a troop. Henry Twvey Har MILITARY PROMOTIONS,

ley, Lieutenant.-- 13th reg. foot. Robert Craio From the LODON GAZETTE. ford, Captain of a Company. George Has

man, Lieutenant. Clement Debbeis, Las War-Office, Aug. 2.

ant. James Findley, Gent. Enfign-15 EVENTY-SECOND rey. foot. Lieuten.

foot. Spencer Webb, of 3d battalioa toh ant William Gordon, to be Captain-Lieu: Enlign.---16th reg. soot. William Corbes tenant.-Aug. 3. 3d reg, dragoons. Richard

Gent. Enfign. Arthur Wolfely, Gent. Eater Am. Stevenson, Gent, to be Cornet.Toth reg. - Ift

Charles Park, O dragnons. Charles Coleran, Gent. Cornei. Second-Lieutenant.--23d regfoot. George Busto fit reg, foot, 2d battalion. Alexander MacLean,

ton, Gent. Enfign.-29th reg. foot. Licos from half pay of zd battalion, Lieutenant.--20

ant-General William Tryon, Colonel. foot. Joleph Kirkman, oizd dragoon guards, reg. foot. George St. John, from haii-pas Captain of a company.ngth reg. foot. R.chard 33d reg. Lieutenant-39th rege foot. Timms, Lieutenant. Francis Love Beckford Balfour, Gent. Enfign.-45th reg. foot je Gent. Ensign.--soch seg. foot. John Haw Richardson, Enfigt.- f8ch reg, foote Jobs $e thorn, of 8oth reg. Captain of a Company. Ralph tay, from half-pay of 48ch reg. Lieatenant Bates, frown halt pay of soch reg. Lieutenant. $zd reg. foot. Thomas Randall, Gent. Eales. 16th reg. foot Edward Heyes, Captain of a

6oth reg. 3d battalion. William Wood, of 158 Company. Beaedict Arnold, Lieutenant. John foot, Enlign-64th reg. foot. John M*Kinde Hamilton, Captain of a Company. Thomas Gent. Entign.-76th reg, foot. Colonel Je Moore Boyd, Lieutenant. Edward Filmer, irom Earl of Suttolk, of the 97th reg. Colonel. kult pay of 16ch reg. Lieutenant.--2oth reg.

reg. ist battalion.

Charles Coonet, Enfig. foot. John Gaikill, from half-pay of laid reg. Poyntz Mackenzie, Gent. Enfign.--78ch ro Captain-Lieutenant.--27th reg, foot.

George Seaton, Lieutenant. Erants ton, Gent. Enfign.--34th regi toot. Hon. Au Alexander Stuart, Enlign.-Yoh pegefoela brey Beauclerk, from hilt pay of 45th reg. Cap. Timothy Rutiel, Captain-Lieutenant.-84 tain of a Company.-46th reg. toot. George reg. foot. ift battalion. P. Brett, Gent. Entie Gregory, Gent. Enlign.--63d rege foot. Wil -3th reg. tool. Beattie, Enfign. forte liam Cooper, of 6th reg. Lieutenanto72d reg: Scort, ftom 73d reg, furgeon.-99ch reg. io. foot. Robert Ward, Gent. Enligt. Samuel Brent Spencer, of 15 th foot, Captain of a CortTownshend, Gent. Ensign.--8oth reg: foot. panya--102d reg. tuot. Joha Tanfield, Liet Captain Thomas Lloyd, of joth reg. Captain tenarit. George Porbes, Enligst. John krvis of a Company.--Major Alexander Rols, ot 45th Surgcon. reg. to be Deputy-Adjutant-General in North- To be MAJORS ix ibe army be brest, Britain, with the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in

date: Marcb 19, 1783. the army.--Aug. 9. mt reg, foot, 2d battalion.

Captains Oliver Lambert, of 3d foot. Wil William Haamer, Gent to be Enlign.-2d seg. liam Cairnes, of 39th fooi.--Hon. Major Charka foor. Merrick, from hut-pay of late 96th, Cathcarı, of 98ch reg. (Lieutenant-Colonel in Surgeon -6 h reg. 100t. Edward Bullock, Gent. the Ealt-Indies) Quarter-Matter.General to ste Enlign.-18th reg. foot. J. B. Riddeli, from forces in India.- Captain John Grattan, ni tooth halt-pay of late 19th dragoons, Captain of a reg. Adjutant-General to the forces in India Company. Major Jetfery Amhent, from ad and Major in the alt-Indies only. baltation of both reg. Major.---33d reg. foot.

Aug. 26. Arthus Beaver, Captain of a Company. Robert 3d rez. dragoon guurds. Henry Croafdak, Clavering, Lieutenant.-43d reg. toot. Widiam to be Lieutenant-13th reg. foor. Major Copa Coullon, Geat. Enlign.-440hreg. foot. Frane pinger Moyle, Lieutenant-Colonel. Capt. Wacis Marker, Gent. Enfign-both reg. 2d barta liam Thompson, of 68th reg. Majorisch a Lion. Majos Anthony Botet, from roth foon foot. John Birch, of 724 reg. Enligne-29.b Major. Calin M.Kenzie, Gent. Adjutant reg. foot. Francis Enysy Gent. Eolign. or bşth reg. foot. Hon. Vere Poulett, ot ggih res. muose foot. William Rankin, of 6th foot, Cap. Major.-99th reg. foot. Captain R. H. Bucke tain of a Company.--cth reg. 2. bittaljün. ridge, or 82d reg. Major.-82d seg. toot. Major Captain William Gooday Strutt, of 97th reg. Thomas Goldie, of 8th dragoons, Lieuten ant- Major.-73d reg. 2d battalion. Douala Das Colonel.-African Corps. Robert Wilson, Gent. vidion, Lieutenant. Robert M.Gregor, Gent Enliga. Colquhoun, Gent. Enlign in Cap- Enlign. Shaw, Gent. Enfigth Isaac ADtun Croston's independent Company of Inva- gustus D'Arripe, Gent. Adjutant.--824 res. lidsor-Ange 16. 17h reg. dragoons. John St. foot. Henry Lambert, of 7th dragoons, Cape Clair to be Lieutenant. Francis Edyard Lee, tain of a Company Gent. Corompthieg, foot. John Dyer, Genti To be LIEUTENANT-COLONELS in the Lieutenant.–43d. reg. toot. James Holmes,

Army: Gent. Enlign:sptb reg, foot. Charles Symes, Majors Alexander Robertson, of Sad reg.Stonfoth reg. Lieutenant.---fth battalion both Richard Downes, ot itt dragoon guards--Robert Seg George Westphaly Adjutantr99th rege Douglas, of 47th reg.-James Wemy's, of 634

reg. toot.

28. toot.

eg.-James Mackenzie, of 73d reg. ist battaa 37th reg. foot. Auguitus Brown, Gent. Enfign. ion_Hamilton Maxwell, of 73d reg. 2d batta, -68th reg. foot. George Chaser, Lieutenant.ion -William Dancey, of 33d reg.-Simon 73d reg, foot, 2d battalion, William Bond, Krafer, of gift reg.-James Stewart, of 68th Gent. Enlign.—6gth reg. foot. James Burton,

eg-Hon. S. D. Strangeways, of 20th foot- of 35th reg. Adjutant.-02. 11. ift troop of fames Flint, of 25th reg.

borte.guards. George Mercer, Exempt and Sept. 9.

Captain. Fitzwilliam Barrington, Adjutant and 7th reg. dragoons. Captain Harry Lambert, Lieutenant. George Chainbers, Sub-Brigadier Cof 82d foot, to be Captain of a iroop -6th and Cornet. Newdigate Poyntz (Clerk)

D'Obrie, Gent. Enlign.2017 Chaplain. reg. foot, George St. John, of 33d foot, Cap- Corrmifions signed by bis Majesty for the Army ire tain of a Company. John Lytrott, Efq. Second

Ireland. Lieutenantą-45th reg, foot. Matthew For 2d reg. dragoons. Charles Newman, Captain. refter, from half-pay of 45th foot, Lieutenant. Joseph Malone, Adjutant.--13th reg. dragoons. -46ih reg. foot. James Scringer, Gent. En- Christopher Pickard, Lieutenant.--14th reg. Sign.-56th reg. foot. John Hardy, Gent. En- dragoons. Major William Richardson, of 1041h fign.-72d reg foot, George Green, Gent. foot, Major-5th reg. foot. Edward Charlton, Ensign. George Gledítanes, Gent. Adjutanto- Captain Edward Allgood, lieutenant. Caleb 730 reg. ift battalion. William Clayton, from Powell, Gent. Enfign. Richard Monk Quinn, half-pay of Sir Thomas Wallace Duniap's late gent.. entign.--66th reg. foot. John Hatton, corps of tool, Lieutenanto73d reg. 2d battalion. captain. Richard Gabbett, lieutenant. Henry Robert Mackworth, from half-pay of 3.3ft foot, Hatton, gent. enfign. William Coplen Langa Enlign. J. Fraser, Quarter-Mafter.—82d reg. ford, lieutenant. Bartholomew Boyd Warburton, 1994. Captain Sir Nathaniel Dukinfield, Bart. gent. enlign.--67th reg. foot. John Ormsby of gth dragoons, Captain of a Company-97th Vaudeleur, of sth foot, lieutenant. Irish Fusi.

Robert Keith Mackintosh, Gent. leer Provincial reg. foot. Richard Babington, Easign. Sept. 13. 6th reg. foot. Robert Pa- gent. adjutant.--8th reg. dragoons. George strick, from half-pay of 104th reg. Lieutenant-- Crowe, lieutenant. John Hackett, gent.cornet. ess5th reg. foot, Joha Bathe, Licutenant. Brent 5th reg. foot. Thomas Allison, lieutenant.-Spencer, of 99th reg. Captain-Lieutenant. B. 32d reg. foot. Edward Williams, captain of a Grantham, from half-pay of 92d reg. Lieuten- Company. Edward Brookes, captain lieutenant. ant-58th reg. foot. James Mead, Gent. En. Samuel Shaw, adjutant. 2d reg, horse. Chamhgn-59th reg, foot. Henry Markham, Gent. bro. Brabazon Ponsonby, Gent. Cornet. Hon. 2 Enlignrift rego foot. John Rose, Clerk, Major Henry Skeffington, Lieutenant-Colonel.

Chaplain.--97th reg, foot. Major John Henry Capt. John Dillon, of sth drag. Major. Rich. Bitzroy Stanhope, of late 86th reg. Major. Devonihire Newenham, Lieutenantsth dragth reg, foot. Henry Hardingo of 15th foot, goons. James Watkins Wilbraham, Esq. CapCaptain of a company.--Sept. 16. Ist reg. tain. Hans Hamilton, of ad horse, Captain. foot guards. Lieutenant-Colonel

John Jones, to be -Sch dragoons. Captain Sir James Erikine, Captain of a Company. Major Hon. Heary Fitz- Bart. of 14ch drag. Major-rich foot. Wil roy Stanhope, of 97th reg. Captain-Lieutenant. liam Cade, Lieutenant. Gerald Fitzgerald, Sep. 20. 19th reg. foot. John Ramsay, from Gent. Enlign.--32d foot. Charles Wilcocks, 98th reg. to be Enlign.--20th reg. foot.

from half-pay, of both foot, Enfign.-67th foot. Anderlon, Quarter-Mafter. Benjamin Baggage, Capt. John Brown, of 13th. drag. Major.–103d Gent. Ephgn.-211t reg. foot. James Baird, foot. Robert Kenny, Gent. Enlign.-losth from half-pay of 21st, Lieutenant. Hon. George foot. Archibald Douglas, of 77th foot, Captain. Colville, Second Lieutenant-24th reg. foot. Weft-Indies, Grenada, Sept. 27. Nicholas William Robison, from half-pay of late aoth M'Loughlin, Efq, to be Commitsary-General of drag. Enfign.-25th reg. foot. A. D. O'Kelly, stores and provisions-Fort-Adjutant John Charlo Gent. Enlign. Mundeford Allen, Gent. Enfign. ton, from half-pay, to be Fort-Adjutant and -33d reg. foot. Leonard Jones, Gene. Enligna Barrack-Malter.--Chaplain John M.Kenzie, wift reg. foot. George Mackay, of ift bat- from half-pay, to be chaplain.-Keaneth talion, 60th reg. Lieutenant-73d reg. 2d. bat. Francis M.Kenzie, Gent, to be Deputy Judge Robert Mackworth, Lieut. James Duncan, Advocate. Clerk, Chaplain.-94th reg. toot.

William St. Vincent.Commissary William Walker, Gilbert. Geat. Enlign.mg9th reg. foot. John from half-pay, to be Deputary Commissary of Bynne Skerret, Gent. Enlign.- 100th reg. stores and provisions.-Fort-Adjutant Archibald foot. Thomas Storrow, from half-pay of late Montagu Browne, from half-pay, to be Forte 86th foot, Lieutenant in the additional Com- Adjutant and Barrack-Matter. Chaplain Mi. pany.--02X. ?. Firit reg. foot, ist battalion, chael Smith, from half-pay, to be chaplain. Sir William James Cockburn, Bart. from half Dominica. Deputy Commitsary Archibald pay of 26th reg. Lieutenant-It reg, foot, 2d Calder, from hali-pay, to be Deputy Commisbattalion, Pynient Reeves, from halipay of sary of stores and provisions.-Ensign Cumber2d battalion, Lieutenant.--2d reg. foot. Loveland Campbell, of 99th reg. to be Fort-Adjutant Parry Jones, from bult-pay of Major Waller's and Barrack-Malter.-Chaplain George Watts, late corps of foot, Captain of a Company;from half-pay, to be chaplain.

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